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28. The 10 questions I always ask about weight lost matters. – Part 9

Filed Under (Uncategorized) by aaremoval on 09-07-2009

Have you ever asked yourself?

8. Why do I still see so many overweight persons in clinics, hospitals, pharmacies and health stores? Why aren’t they worried about their own weight and health after meeting so many overweight and ill people everyday?

This is my biggest question at all times. When I was staying in my old place in Chai Chee, our first so-called family doctor was a fat middle-aged man! I was about like 10 to 12 years old at that time, it never occur to me that there were any problem with that doctor. He was a nice doctor, always saying nice things, friendly and easy going on giving sick leave, and I think most importantly, for my mum, he charges at a lower fee than most clinics nearby. We sticked to see him for a while until something happened. I think he contracted some illnesses till he had to stop his practise. It could have been a rumour, but after many years later, when I think about the way he looked, I was not surprised if that was really the reason why he stopped his practise. He was really overweight!

After so many years in battling my own weight problems, I have become very sensitive when comes to be given opinions or buying of any weight loss products from whoever or wherever. The first thing that I will look out for is that, is the person who is trying to sell me something or giving me advises on weight loss matters, to be a fat person himself or not, or at least became less fatter than before. Since I have personally have experiences in losing 20 kgs before, I normally don’t take advises from people who only experience losing 5 kgs. To me, their advise can only be used as reference, and if I do find the advises to be logically and made sense to me, I will further seek the information from other resources, which do not have any conflict in interests. The same theory applies to me in health matter as well. I hope I don’t sound cocky that it seems that I know everything; it is that I have been so many times felt disappointed with so many junks and false theories fed to me, sometimes with a high price. However, I am not saying that it is wrong to give advise on something that you do not have a PHD certificate to support. Please give advise out of a good will, but not because you want to sell the person something or just want him to think that you are a smarter person that him. To me, people who are really in the health care industries, like doctors and nurses, especially those in the government’s hospitals, are the persons who really give advises out of good will. They are paid salary from the hospitals itself, and will not get any extra commission for giving advises, but they still give anyway, out of the extra knowledge they gained from their everyday life and work. But, why do I still see so many overweight persons in clinics, hospitals, pharmacies and health stores? Why aren’t they worried about their own weight and health after meeting so many overweight and ill people everyday? And with the extra knowledge they gained from their everyday life and work, as compared to us lay man, shouldn’t they be overall healthier and slimmer? This is what I think.

There is a great different between knowing what to do best, and knowing how to do it. Get what I am saying? Everyone, especially doctors and nurses, know that it is important to stay slim and fit, to prevent some of the illnesses which may be led by a unhealthy and obese body. So, all of us know it is better and actually important to stay slim and thin. This is especially true with doctors and nurses. But the question is, yes, you are fat now and you know it is important to be slim, but do you know how to become slim and thin or not? I am afraid many of them do not know. Yes, these are the group of people who know how to make people from being ill to being healthy, but, with the help of drugs. But when it comes to weight loss, it is an entirely different ball game. They know very well the side effects of drugs, so I think unless they are out of options; they will try not to use them. They will definitely try their best to lose their extra weight with healthier options, example, by eating more of a vegetarian diet. Every nurse knows that kind of diet right? They definitely do, and they probably preached about it. But guess what, how come there are still so many fat nurses?

So my conclusion is, a low fat, low calories diet, may not work for every one. Different people have to use diet suits to their own body, and that is a big and deep topic!

Written by: Horse chicken dragon

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One Response to “28. The 10 questions I always ask about weight lost matters. – Part 9”


  1. It is about time that people realised that the best diet is no diet at all. It is not about what you put in your mouth but what is in your head.

    Essential reading is the gabriel method book and combine it with the nevereverdiet meditations and you will succeed.

    Love
    Marie

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